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Dec 3, 2012 8:00am PST
an eagle hendrick: and yet, in so many ways that are just as important, we are as much alike as we are different. and the good news is, we don't have to teach all this by ourselves. let's keep in mind that the most significant sources of learning about other cultures comes from the families of our children. by encouraging children and their families to share their values, language, and customs, we can provide an invigorating, loving, cross-cultural link between home and school, and ultimately, a link of acceptance and tolerance the child will carry to adulthood. i'm joanne hendrick. see you next time on the whole child. for young children, play is important business. creativity comes from more than crayons, paint, and paste. it can be nurtured in many forms. how to teach children to express themselves through creativity and play, next time on the whole child. captioning performed by the national captioning institute, inc. 1, 2, 3. ♪ with wilder and dennis ♪ and patrick and janay ♪ and katrina and kristin... ♪ the more we get together ♪ the happier we'll be funding for thi
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